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HOOVER – The Hoover City Council read several proclamations during a meeting on Monday, May 16, among them one that honored 2023 Miss Hoover Mary-Coker Green, who will represent the city at an upcoming state competition.

Since 1996, with the exception of two years, SEC baseball has been played in Hoover. The City will host its 26th SEC Baseball Tournament which includes 12 teams and thousands of adoring fans. Teams will began playing on Tuesday in a double-elimination process to see who heads to the championship.

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On Christmas Day, 1952, Sergeant Arthur Hullett received the news that his 22-year-old brother Ervin had been killed in Korea. They had grown up in a close-knit family, as two of eight children. The news understandably came as a shock. He realized that he’d never see his brother again. Both Hullett brothers had faced unimaginable challenges as part of their military service, suffering segregation and discrimination because of their race. Yet, they loved America and were proud to wear the uniform. Their belief that America is worth fighting for—and even worth dying for—led them to do heroic deeds in spite of all they had suffered.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Vulcan Park & Museum announced it will join museums nationwide in the Blue Star Museums initiative, a program that provides free admission to currently-serving U.S. military personnel and their families this summer. The 2023 program will begin on Armed Forces Day, Satu…

The citizens of Bessemer were treated to a magnificent celebration this past Saturday. Held at the Bessemer Event Center (1520 8th Ave. North) the event marked Faith Memorial's Annual Fun Day Celebration.

Exciting things are happening in Fairfield! Construction begins today as we begin renovation of the Fairfield Park located across from the elementary building. Special thanks to the City of Fairfield and Johnson Kreis Construction for helping make this happen. Stay tuned for updates!